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Department of Politics and International Studies (POLIS)

 

 

Upcoming Seminars

 

 

Wednesday 17 November at 5 pm (online)

 

'Financialised Capitalism and the Subordination of Emerging Capitalist Economies'

with Dr Anina Kaltenbrunner (Leeds)

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Annina is an Associate Professor in the Economics of Globalisation and the International Economy at Leeds University Business School. 

She's a pluralist Macro-Development Economist with an interest in financial and monetary dynamics in developing and emerging economies.

Her work aims to break down boundaries both with regards to disciplines and the methodological breadth of Economics itself.

 

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Wednesday 26 January at 5 pm (In Person)

 

'Seeking Refuge in Mathematised Free Market Models? The Febrile Political Backdrop to Ricardo’s Principles’

with Professor Matthew Watson (Warwick)

All in-person seminars will be in room 138 of the Alison Richard Building at 5 pm.

 


 

Wednesday 23 February at 5 pm (In Person)

 

‘Guardians of Right and Reason? The Climate Problem of Politics and the Role of Courts and Central Banks in Greening the Economy’

Dr Hjalte Lokdam (LSE) 

All in-person seminars will be in room 138 of the Alison Richard Building at 5 pm.

 


 

Wednesday 9 March at 5 pm (In Person)

'Insuring Against Democracy: The Political Economy of Premodern Elites’ Asset Portfolio Diversification'

Dr Victoria Paniagua (LSE)

All in-person seminars will be in room 138 of the Alison Richard Building at 5 pm.

 

 


 

Wednesday 25 May at 5 pm (In Person)  

'The Political Economy of Africa’s links with Asian Financial Centres: focus on Dubai, Hong Kong and Singapore'

Professor Ricardo Soares de Oliveira (Oxford)

All in-person seminars will be in room 138 of the Alison Richard Building at 5 pm.